|9:45:||FINAL - LC 41-0|
|9:27:||LC - Jalen Jackson 5 run - 4:46 q4 - LC 41-0|
|8:59:||LC - Hartfield 23 run - 7:57 q3 - LC 34-0|
|8:28:||Halftime - LC 27-0|
|8:26:||LC - Reid 17 run - 0:52 q2 - LC 27-0|
|8:03:||LC - Roberts 21 pass from Reid - 9:28 q2 - LC 21-0|
|7:46:||LC - Hartfield 4 run - 5:38 q1 - LC 14-0|
|7:38:||LC - Reid 11 run - 9:55 q1 - LC 7-0|
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Lincoln County's Red Devils will kickoff their 2016 varsity season this Friday in South Carolina as they visit the McCormick Chiefs.
Red Devil games will again be available live on the radio and on the Internet, with video the following Wednesday.
For the past 36 years, Vernon Wilson has spent thousands of hours helping with the Red Devils before, during, and after games. From preparing the sideline equipment, repairing helmets, handling/cleaning footballs, supervising the student managers, and (most importantly) cheering on his (our) beloved Red Devils. From "walking on" during his high school years when the team needed a placekicker, to his Buddy Bufford Field wedding to Kim as a few years ago, Vernon's heart has always been with Lincoln County's football team.
Reserved seats for the upcoming Red Devil season go on sale August 8 at the ticket window at LCHS. Tickets for six home events will cost $54.
|Region 7-A play-in game||away|
|School||Region||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|Aquinas||0-0-0||0-1-0||Lost 35-14 to Prince Ave||8/26 at Laney|
|Greene Co.||0-0-0||0-0-0||8/26 at Morgan Co.|
|Hancock Central||0-0-0||0-1-0||Lost 21-8 to Baldwin||8/26 Putnam Co.|
|Lincoln Co.||0-0-0||0-0-0||8/26 at McCormick|
|Warren Co.||0-0-0||1-0-0||Won 14-0 at Putnam Co.||8/26 Harlem|
|Washington-Wilkes||0-0-0||0-0-0||8/26 Elbert Co.|
|First Presbyterian||0-0-0||0-0-0||8/27 Howard at MU|
|GMC||0-0-0||0-1-0||Lost 35-21 at Treutlen||8/26 at Wheeler Co.|
|Mt. de Sales||0-0-0||1-0-0||Won 48-6 vs Pacelli||8/27 Central Macon|
|Stratford Academy||0-0-0||0-0-0||8/26 at SavCoDay|
|Tattnall Square||0-0-0||0-0-0||8/26 at Wilcox Co|
|Twiggs Co.||0-0-0||0-0-0||8/26 at Toombs Co.|
|Wilkinson Co.||0-0-0||0-0-0||8/26 Baldwin|
Frank Guillebeau was always a huge supporter of the Red Devils, from his playing days, while he chaired the booster club, and until his final days. In the 1970s, with some painted and a sign, he made his old "fishing car" into the Devil-Mobile, and would drive around town promoting the Devils. For a few years, before the current home stands were built, the car would drive across the field to lead the Devils onto the field for the opening kickoff.
The Red Devils (and Coosa) were the last football teams to play under the lights in Sanford Stadium until the Herschel Walker era brought night-time televised games to Athens.